Greenland Sea

'Greenland Sea' - 21 News Result(s)

  • Greenland Ice Sheet Sheds Half-A-Trillion Tonnes: Study
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Friday August 21, 2020
    Greenland's massive ice sheet saw a record net loss of 532 billion tonnes last year, raising red flags about accelerating sea level rise, according to findings released Thursday.
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  • Greenland Ice Sheet Cracks Into Waterfalls, Threatens Rise In Sea Level
    World News | Andrew Freedman, The Washington Post | Tuesday December 3, 2019
    A cerulean blue lake consisting of glacial melt water on the surface of the Greenland ice sheet, located about 18 miles from where the Store Glacier meets the sea in west Greenland, briefly became one of the world's tallest waterfalls during the course of five hours on July of 2018.
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  • Climate Change "Tipping Points" Too Close For Comfort
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Friday November 29, 2019
    Loading the atmosphere with five million tonnes of CO2 every hour has pushed Earth dangerously close to a no-return threshold, beyond which lies an unlivable hothouse world, top climate scientists have warned.
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  • Watch: Greenland Ice Sheet Turns Into 10 Billion Tonnes Of Water In Hours
    World News | Andrew Freedman and Jason Samenow, The Washington Post | Friday August 2, 2019
    When one thinks of Greenland, images of an icebound, harsh and forbidding landscape probably come to mind, not a landscape of ice pocked with melt ponds and streams transformed into raging rivers. And almost certainly not one that features wildfires.
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  • Greenland Likely To Lose 4.5% Of Its Ice By End Of Century, Says Study
    Science | Indo-Asian News Service | Sunday June 23, 2019
    Greenland could lose 4.5 per cent of its ice, contributing up to 13 inches of sea level rise, by the end of this century if worldwide greenhouse gas emissions remain on their current trajectory, warns a new study.
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  • Greenland's Melting Sea Ice Captured In Viral Image Of Sled Dogs In Water
    Offbeat | Agence France-Presse | Thursday June 20, 2019
    A striking photograph of the early ice melt taken last week by a DMI scientist in northwestern Greenland has gone viral. It shows sled dogs pushing through a fjord, the sea ice submerged under several centimetres (inches) of meltwater.
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  • UK, US Study Antarctic Glacier, Hoping To Crack Sea Level Risks
    World News | Reuters | Monday April 30, 2018
    Britain and the United States launched a $25 million project on Monday to study the risks of a collapse of a giant glacier in Antarctica that is already shrinking and nudging up global sea levels.
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  • Greenland Is Melting Faster Than At Any Time In The Past 450 Years (At Least)
    World News | Chris Mooney, The Washington Post | Thursday March 29, 2018
    Scientists who crossed western Greenland with a fleet of snowmobiles, pulling up long cylinders of ice at camps a little more than a mile above sea level, have found evidence that the vast sheet of ice is melting faster than at any time in the past 450 years at least - and possibly much longer than that.
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  • Fast-Melting Arctic Is Already Altering Ocean's Circulation, Say Scientists
    World News | Chris Mooney, The Washington Post | Thursday March 15, 2018
    Scientists studying a remote and icy stretch of the North Atlantic have found new evidence that fresh water, likely melted from Greenland or Arctic sea ice, may already be altering a key process that helps drives the global circulation of the oceans.
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  • North Pole Surges Above Freezing In The Dead Of Winter, Stunning Scientists
    World News | Jason Samenow, The Washington Post | Tuesday February 27, 2018
    The sun won't rise at the North Pole until March 20, and it's normally close to the coldest time of year, but an extraordinary and possibly historic thaw swelled over the tip of the planet this weekend. Analyses show that the temperature warmed to the melting point as an enormous storm pumped an intense pulse of heat through the Greenland Sea.
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  • The Melting Glaciers That Might Someday Drown Your City, Says NASA
    World News | Chris Mooney, The Washington Post | Thursday November 16, 2017
    New York City has plenty to worry about from sea level rise. But according to a new study by NASA researchers, it should worry specifically about two major glacier systems in Greenland's northeast and northwest - but not so much about other parts of the vast northern ice sheet.
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  • Humans Have Filled The Pristine Arctic Ocean With 300 Billion Pieces Of Floating Plastic
    World News | Chris Mooney, The Washington Post | Thursday April 20, 2017
    Drifts of floating plastic that humans have dumped into the world's oceans are flowing into the pristine waters of the Arctic as a result of a powerful system of currents that deposits waste in the icy seas east of Greenland and north of Scandinavia.
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  • Greenland's Ice-Free Past Exposes Sea Level Rise Danger
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Thursday December 8, 2016
    The massive Greenland ice sheet has melted away at least once during the last 1.4 million years, according to a study published on Wednesday, raising fears that manmade climate change could provoke dangerous sea levels.
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  • The Latest Disaster Risk From Climate Change - Huge Glacial Floods
    World News | Chelsea Harvey, The Washington Post | Saturday October 22, 2016
    We all hear about how the glaciers of Greenland and Antarctica are losing ice, and so threatening to raise our sea levels -- perhaps quite dramatically.
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  • How Greenland's Ice Is Melting From Both Above And Below
    World News | Chris Mooney, The Washington Post | Wednesday October 12, 2016
    There were no scientists around circa 11,000 years ago, when the great Laurentide Ice Sheet, which once covered much of present day North America, began to collapse in numerous stages and eventually dwindled into a collection of much smaller ice caps across Alaska and Canada, raising seas by tens of feet in the process. So no one could observe all ...
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'Greenland Sea' - 21 News Result(s)

  • Greenland Ice Sheet Sheds Half-A-Trillion Tonnes: Study
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Friday August 21, 2020
    Greenland's massive ice sheet saw a record net loss of 532 billion tonnes last year, raising red flags about accelerating sea level rise, according to findings released Thursday.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Greenland Ice Sheet Cracks Into Waterfalls, Threatens Rise In Sea Level
    World News | Andrew Freedman, The Washington Post | Tuesday December 3, 2019
    A cerulean blue lake consisting of glacial melt water on the surface of the Greenland ice sheet, located about 18 miles from where the Store Glacier meets the sea in west Greenland, briefly became one of the world's tallest waterfalls during the course of five hours on July of 2018.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Climate Change "Tipping Points" Too Close For Comfort
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Friday November 29, 2019
    Loading the atmosphere with five million tonnes of CO2 every hour has pushed Earth dangerously close to a no-return threshold, beyond which lies an unlivable hothouse world, top climate scientists have warned.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Watch: Greenland Ice Sheet Turns Into 10 Billion Tonnes Of Water In Hours
    World News | Andrew Freedman and Jason Samenow, The Washington Post | Friday August 2, 2019
    When one thinks of Greenland, images of an icebound, harsh and forbidding landscape probably come to mind, not a landscape of ice pocked with melt ponds and streams transformed into raging rivers. And almost certainly not one that features wildfires.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Greenland Likely To Lose 4.5% Of Its Ice By End Of Century, Says Study
    Science | Indo-Asian News Service | Sunday June 23, 2019
    Greenland could lose 4.5 per cent of its ice, contributing up to 13 inches of sea level rise, by the end of this century if worldwide greenhouse gas emissions remain on their current trajectory, warns a new study.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Greenland's Melting Sea Ice Captured In Viral Image Of Sled Dogs In Water
    Offbeat | Agence France-Presse | Thursday June 20, 2019
    A striking photograph of the early ice melt taken last week by a DMI scientist in northwestern Greenland has gone viral. It shows sled dogs pushing through a fjord, the sea ice submerged under several centimetres (inches) of meltwater.
    www.ndtv.com
  • UK, US Study Antarctic Glacier, Hoping To Crack Sea Level Risks
    World News | Reuters | Monday April 30, 2018
    Britain and the United States launched a $25 million project on Monday to study the risks of a collapse of a giant glacier in Antarctica that is already shrinking and nudging up global sea levels.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Greenland Is Melting Faster Than At Any Time In The Past 450 Years (At Least)
    World News | Chris Mooney, The Washington Post | Thursday March 29, 2018
    Scientists who crossed western Greenland with a fleet of snowmobiles, pulling up long cylinders of ice at camps a little more than a mile above sea level, have found evidence that the vast sheet of ice is melting faster than at any time in the past 450 years at least - and possibly much longer than that.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Fast-Melting Arctic Is Already Altering Ocean's Circulation, Say Scientists
    World News | Chris Mooney, The Washington Post | Thursday March 15, 2018
    Scientists studying a remote and icy stretch of the North Atlantic have found new evidence that fresh water, likely melted from Greenland or Arctic sea ice, may already be altering a key process that helps drives the global circulation of the oceans.
    www.ndtv.com
  • North Pole Surges Above Freezing In The Dead Of Winter, Stunning Scientists
    World News | Jason Samenow, The Washington Post | Tuesday February 27, 2018
    The sun won't rise at the North Pole until March 20, and it's normally close to the coldest time of year, but an extraordinary and possibly historic thaw swelled over the tip of the planet this weekend. Analyses show that the temperature warmed to the melting point as an enormous storm pumped an intense pulse of heat through the Greenland Sea.
    www.ndtv.com
  • The Melting Glaciers That Might Someday Drown Your City, Says NASA
    World News | Chris Mooney, The Washington Post | Thursday November 16, 2017
    New York City has plenty to worry about from sea level rise. But according to a new study by NASA researchers, it should worry specifically about two major glacier systems in Greenland's northeast and northwest - but not so much about other parts of the vast northern ice sheet.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Humans Have Filled The Pristine Arctic Ocean With 300 Billion Pieces Of Floating Plastic
    World News | Chris Mooney, The Washington Post | Thursday April 20, 2017
    Drifts of floating plastic that humans have dumped into the world's oceans are flowing into the pristine waters of the Arctic as a result of a powerful system of currents that deposits waste in the icy seas east of Greenland and north of Scandinavia.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Greenland's Ice-Free Past Exposes Sea Level Rise Danger
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Thursday December 8, 2016
    The massive Greenland ice sheet has melted away at least once during the last 1.4 million years, according to a study published on Wednesday, raising fears that manmade climate change could provoke dangerous sea levels.
    www.ndtv.com
  • The Latest Disaster Risk From Climate Change - Huge Glacial Floods
    World News | Chelsea Harvey, The Washington Post | Saturday October 22, 2016
    We all hear about how the glaciers of Greenland and Antarctica are losing ice, and so threatening to raise our sea levels -- perhaps quite dramatically.
    www.ndtv.com
  • How Greenland's Ice Is Melting From Both Above And Below
    World News | Chris Mooney, The Washington Post | Wednesday October 12, 2016
    There were no scientists around circa 11,000 years ago, when the great Laurentide Ice Sheet, which once covered much of present day North America, began to collapse in numerous stages and eventually dwindled into a collection of much smaller ice caps across Alaska and Canada, raising seas by tens of feet in the process. So no one could observe all ...
    www.ndtv.com

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